The printing and distribution of informational pamphlets and brochures to all citizens will be undertaken as funds allow in the coming months.
The issuance of proof of citizenship documents will be undertaken during the month of August. This is pursuant to the Census, Identification, and Participation Acts as amended April 13th, 2019.
Preliminary research and discovery has begun in earnest regarding the design and manufacture of the planned 1oz. copper coinage.
Tentative plans include a first minting by May of 2020.
The first public release of the Consular Record can be found at the link below. Printed publications with more complete records will be available in the future.
Saturday the 3rd of August is the deadline for submitting legislation to the President before the next session of the Chamber of Deputies. Any citizen may submit legislation for review and consideration by email at email@example.com, or by writing to:
President Hannah Callahan
P.O. Box 127
Yesterday, Consul Callahan responded positively via email to a proposal from the Kingdom of Talossa to initiate diplomatic relations.
Preparations are underway for the comprehensive, public release of the Consular Record. While not a classified document, the Consular Record, a collection of historical anecdotes and proceedings of executive activity has never been shared publicly.
Plans include more regular and formulaic entries to the record, including all reports from the ministries and departments of the confederal government, as well as all future minutes from meetings of the Council of Governors.
Secretary of Census and Immigration Jordan Brizendine will be starting his new role as Confederal Postman on August 1st.
Announced via memorandum to the cabinet this morning, Consul Callahan announces that a monthly budget deficit of two hundred eighty-six curos (-$5.72) has been avoided by cutting unnecessary spending by six hundred curos ($12.00), and the shortfall has been thus replaced by a surplus of three hundred and fourteen curos (+$6.28).
Consul Callahan spoke with Prime Minister Marx of the province of the NAC yesterday to discuss provincial remuneration debt. The NAC will remit four thousand one hundred sixty curos ($83.20) next month, paying off all accumulated debt.
The Remuneration Act provides that provinces, rather than citizens directly, are responsible for the regular income of the confederal government. Some funds are derived from freewill donations, as well.
Remuneration income for the confederal government currently accounts for fifteen thousand three hundred sixty curos ($307.20) per year.
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